PATH TO THE UPLANDS

 

Hunters have always been wildlife habitat’s strongest advocates, wildlife’s staunchest allies, and publicly accessible lands’ steadiest supporters. The world needs more hunter-conservationists, and specifically more upland bird hunters — lovers of pheasants, quail, prairie grouse and more, and defenders of the wild places these magnificent birds call home. The world also needs more pathways to becoming a hunter or taking up hunting again. That’s what Path to the Uplands is all about. Turn to this one-stop content shop for expert help with your journey into — or back to — upland bird hunting.

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Latest Stories

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How to build your own upland hunting kit.

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An upland journey that started in pursuit of chukar, progressed to mountain quail, and now features ptarmigan in Alaska.

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In the uplands, shoes aren’t the only fashion accessory.

  • 07/30/2021
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The health benefits of a life spent chasing feathers. 

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Listen to how a hard-charging veteran found peace in a bird dog and upland hunting after returning to the United States from war overseas.

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One hunter's story on finding peace in the uplands.

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Whether your primary goal is to break some clays or go upland hunting, this video will walk you through how to pick out the perfect shells for your intended use.

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An ingrained conservation ethos passed down from father to son.

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Experiencing summer in the grasslands.

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The case for a pump as the ideal upland shotgun.



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